Major interest in Narain
Four-star power forward Nolan Narain first emerged onto the national scene at the Nike Elite 100 Camp in June. Now he looks to be continuing his rise at La Porte (Ind.) La Lumiere, and major attention is already coming his way. “I think I am playing well,” explained Narain. “I know there are a lot of things I need to work on, but coming to La Lumiere I have learned a lot about my game and how to work hard.” At nearly 6-foot-8 and 200 pounds with long arms and nice athleticism, Narain feels like versatility is one of the biggest strengths that he brings to the floor. “I am a long and versatile player,” noted Narain. “I have athletic ability, but I know I need to get stronger and a little more consistent shooting the ball.” Recruiting wise Narain has already garnered significant interest, and more should come as the year begins to get going and added coaches have a chance to see him play. “I’ve been hearing from Miami, Creighton, Gonzaga, Illinois, Kansas State, Wake Forest, and a few other schools,” said Narain. At this point Narain is at the beginning stages of his recruitment, but he says it has been great to hear from so many high level schools. “It is very exciting to have all of these options,” noted Narain. “It is great to have options, but at the same time it is hard to balance everything. I am just enjoying it right now.” Currently Narain is viewed as the No. 10 power forward in the class of 2016 and the No. 71 player overall.
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